Sony Bend Studio has released various screenshots and shared the system requirements for Days Gone on PC and confirmed support for ultra-wide monitors.
Days Gone was announced for PC earlier this week. The announcement was first made by SIE President Jim Ryan in an interview with GQ, and then subsequently confirmed through the official Days Gone Twitter account.
— Bend Studio #DaysGone (@BendStudio) February 23, 2021
After the confirmation of the game coming to PC, PlayStation Mobile, which is the publisher behind the PC port has put up a Steam page for the game that confirms the PC system requirements.
PC exclusive features include ultra-wide monitor support, unlocked framerates and improved graphics (increased level of details, field of view, foliage draw distances).
Here are close to a dozen screenshots of Days Gone on PC. The game runs on Unreal Engine 4 and it is an open-world survival game where the player has to deal with hundreds of zombies (called Freakers in-game) on screen.
This might be an error but the game’s release date on Steam is listed as April 26, 2019, while the official word on the launch date is that it will be out this Spring.
While Sony has never disclosed official sales numbers, the game did quite well in sales on the PS4 and charted in the top-selling games on the console in its launch year. This is the second major PS4 exclusive that has been announced for PC. The first one was Horizon Zero Dawn.